Datadista is a Spanish digital media created in 2016 by journalists Ana Tudela and Antonio Delgado. It specialises in investigative journalism, infographics, graphics and statistics.

"We are specialised on transparency, data and investigative journalism for bringing into light what public administrations are doing to fairly manage public resources and control bad practices specially for taking care of citizens needs, health, education and protection of the environment. We use new narratives to reach a bigger audience.

We have pivoted in 2021 to a community centered model with a double focus on an audience interested on regulatory changes, transparency, public expenditure and corruption, and its consecuences specially for health, education, welfare, taxes, employment and environment."


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Independent media outlet

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The Dark Trace in the Water of Cheap Meat Business

  • Environment

Aragón (Spain), Herefordshire (United Kingdom) and Lower Saxony (Germany) have become areas with a very high density of intensive farms. An international investigation reveals the dynamics behind the expansion and the pollution of rivers, aquifers and even tap water that it brought along. 

Under the Surface: The Untold Crisis of European Groundwater

  • Data Journalism
  • Environment
  • Healthcare

PARIS / BRUSSELS / MADRID – Groundwater is the ecosystem Europe has always been able to rely on, and grew to consider an infinite resource. This cross-border investigation reveals that the current state of matters is dire: our water is disappearing and what remains is facing near-irreversible pollution.